Readers, when you google this and click on the first link, this is what you find as the possible meanings of the idiom.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Lyonchhen’s interviews where his humility shines through. During a recent interview to the China Daily, PM Lyonchhen J Y Thinley spoke about the beauty of democracy in Bhutan and China.
Your most gracious honourableness PM and the excellencies of the Lhengye Zhungtshog,
I have found wonderful flight and landing in Kuwait as your humble ambassador. (Sorry sir I mean humble in your presences but proud and pomp to Kuwait.) I have enjoyed the muchness of kindness when I was taken from exile camp of dzongkha devt commission and apointed as the Cabinet Drungchen. It was my highest honor of life.
Our ace reporter 10 Zing Goodpath will have a weekly column called “The Tibetan”. This is the first investigative journalism report by this crime fighter, former freedom fighter.
The honourable Prime Minister made an emergency visit to Bhutan. A whistle-stop tour as they say. Upon alighting from the newly minted Tashi Air international plane, he spoke to important sycophants accompanying him, sycophantic VIPS receiving him and trampled upon sycophants of the civil aviation dept carrying his bags. Oh I forgot the clueless press people, bullied into sycophancy.